Office hours are Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8am - 4pm
The world-renowned Jacaranda Festival is held each year in Grafton, Northern Rivers New South Wales, from the last weekend in October to the first weekend in November.
A range of prelude events are also held in the lead up to official Jacaranda week celebrations. Inaugurated in 1934, this was the first of Australia's folk festivals and celebrates the magnificent spectacle of the hundreds of lilac-blossomed trees that grow in Grafton's broad tree lined avenues.
Grafton Jacaranda Festival events are designed to reflect the unique character and culture of the historic “Jacaranda City” and the iconic Jacaranda Tree is the pinnacle of recognition of the region’s natural differentiating character.
Ferry Park Gallery,Pacific Hwy,Maclean NSW 2460
3520 Armidale Road,Nymboida NSW 2460
Glenreagh Recreation Reserve,14 Bridge St,Glenreagh NSW 2450
PO Box 400,Grafton NSW 2460
Level 1, Dougherty House48 Prince StGrafton NSW 2460, Australia
Disabled Access Available
PO Box 400GRAFTON NSW 2460, Australia
Leah Wallace Festival Coordinator
Entry is free and it is available for non-profit groups and organisations.